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Ok, last night the neighbor took a lightening hit (about 90' from us). It appears static elect might have gotten us. As soon as we heard the explosion we heard what sounded like rapid metallic tink, tink, tink above us, or sounded like above us. I assume that must have been the electrical charge....but not sure.

Anyway, on our kitchen lights, one switch turns on 5 ceiling lights, two on the drivers side, 3 on the passenger side. When I turn the switch on the two drivers side light come on normal. Of the three passenger side the forward most comes on but like with very low voltage...just barely enough to see it is getting some power, the next two in the row have nothing.

This is on an 09 Monaco Sig Cambridge IV. Does it appear the static elect took out the intellitec switch or relay, or a part of it or what? Why would two of the five lights be perfect, one with very dimished power and two dead and all controlled by one switch?

So far appears everything else works. The bus where the strike was lost the DTV boxes and the bus across the road lost all of his router/internet boxes. Not sure what he is running but he said it fried them. No one lost power and no power fluctuations so it appears everything was damaged from static.

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All fixed, apparantly the static charge from the lightening strike blew all of the drivers on the LED's on that string on that side of the coach. Checked voltage and had 12 everywhere, replaced bulbs on that side and everything works again. Wish all repairs were that simple...lol

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Brett       I would reboot the intellitec system and if that does not work call the intellitec technical help line. I think the guy's name is Chris. He is very helpful. Try 386-738-8135.  Good luck

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1 hour ago, Brett63 said:

All fixed, apparantly the static charge from the lightening strike blew all of the drivers on the LED's on that string on that side of the coach. Checked voltage and had 12 everywhere, replaced bulbs on that side and everything works again. Wish all repairs were that simple...lol

Whew. Glad to hear it was an easy fix. Was worried that it could have been a wiring issue considering some of the lights functioned properly 

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